Echoing a recent claims out of Maryland, the attorney general of Massachusetts faces a federal complaintover the ban on selling or possessing Tasers and other stun guns, weapons that many citizens prefer to carry to avoid using lethal force in self-defense.
A class of shareholders filed a federal lawsuit to stop a vote on metal parts maker Metaldyne’s proposed $1.6 billion sale to American Axle & Manufacturing, claiming they don’t have enough relevant financial information for an informed vote.
A tax exemption for construction work done on a Catholic school in Spain does not constitute illegal state aid as long as the building is used for compulsory education rather than commercial purposes, an adviser to the European high court said Thursday.
The British Film Institute can’t seek a $1.5 million value-added tax refund since EU tax exemptions for cultural services are voluntary for member states and the United Kingdom doesn’t participate, the European Court of Justice ruled Wednesday.
ORANGE COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT
A class accuses Blue Apron of relying on an unconscionable arbitration clause to resolve a dispute over the meal-delivery service’s billing practices under California’s Automatic Renewal Law.
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Sunrun faces a class action by employees who say the rooftop solar company disclosed W-2 tax forms containing their personal information in response to a phishing scheme by hackers posing as Sunrun’s CEO.
Two federal class-action lawsuits claim Dollar General Corp. misrepresented the potential impact of a reduction in food stamp eligibility on its business operations, and stock dropped 17 percent when the truth was revealed.
Saying it plucked the “worldwide fashion icon” Megan May Williams from obscurity, Men/Women N.Y. Management claims in court that Lions Model Management persuaded the Victoria’s Secret model to break their contract and join its client roster.
Industrial production in the 19-state eurozone fell by 1.6 percent in December and by 1 percent in the full European Union, due to declines in all sectors except durable consumer goods, Eurostat said Tuesday.